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wright? >> and uncover truth. >> if you're willing to tell the truth we can find a place. >> finding booker's place. >>> welcome to "dateline," everyone. i'm lester holt. what do you know about your ancestors? a lot of us might not know much before our grandparents. the young woman in tonight's story didn't even know that. she started a search and crossed paths with a hollywood producer on a mission of his own. their journey took them to the deep south during the battle for civil rights. on an old film, an nbc documentary, they uncovered an explosive family secret. that is nearly 50 years old. some words spoken there we find offensive today. the mississippi delta is nearly 2,000 miles from the hollywood hills where ray defalita grew up and now works as a film maker. it's a lifetime away from the neighborhood where yvette johnson is raising her boys. yet a year ago these strangers both bent on unraveling personal family mysteries discovered they share adied a unique bond. it was a bond rooted in a 1976 nbc documentary on race. >> people in other areas of the country are convinced we
-american ministers, including the reverend jeremiah wright. the tape was obtained exclusively by the daily caller web site. but you are about to see it right here on "hannity" for first time. it contains some of the most divisive class warfare and racially charged rhetoric ever used by barack obama. portions of the nearly 40-minute speech can be found online in an edited video, shot by the daily press newspaper in hampton, virginia. however, that version runs only about 9 minutes and omits the most inflammatory comments. it also does not include any references to reverend wright. in addition, it was covered by other mediautelets, including the associated press and local television stations. but the most outrageous comments were completely ignored, further proof that the mainstream media has been in the pocket of barack obama since he day he arrived on the national stage. let's take a look at what the left-wing press has been hiding since 2007. we begin with senator obama, repeatedly praising the reverend reverend jeremiah wright, who was in the crowd. keep in mind, by the time the speech was delivere
chief george, has something of a questionable paternity. wright, like every so-called erie engineer was a country surveyor at a time with no trained or experienced jerns, but it was interesting to discover that before eri eric, wright had been fired by a land development company for failing to lay a road to the property, and more importantly, he was nearly fireed from the erie job. he was pursuing other surveying work, and on state time, and also avoiding hazardous erie field work in unhealthy terrain where the line were laid. he was close to getting fired a couple months after construction had begun. in 1839, the first attempt to create a professional society of american engineers with wright at its head failed when a majority voted against the society's proposed constitution, effectively, a rejection of wright himself by the peers. the present american society of civil engineers, formed after wright's death, proclaimed him the father of american civil engineering in 1969. a well-deserved honor for the ultimately successful erie project and later cam and railroad work, but not an h
. 29-year-old alexis wright, seen here in this video for her now shuttered zumba dance studio. wright is at the center of a sex scandal that's shaken this quiet new england hamlet to its roots. complete with alleged sex tapes and a potentially revealing and devastating list of client names. this week, she was charged with over 100 counts of prostitution and invasion of privacy. >> not guilty. >> reporter: along with her alleged business partner, 57-year-old mark strong. >> not guilty, your honor. >> reporter: we went to her house today. hello? anybody home? but -- you don't want to talk about the allegations? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: did you do it? >> no comment. >> reporter: did you run a prostitution ring? >> i will pick up the phone and i will call the police. >> reporter: wright operated the pura vida zumba studio, in kenna bunk, maine. just a few miles down the road from the exclusive summer compound of the bush family where bush number one still has a summer place, where george w. bush spent his boyhood summers and where the whole clan still vacations today. her studio cl
remember president obama's controversial pastor, his ex-pastor, the reverend jeremiah wright. tonight the, the drudge report is touting a report by the daily caller of what drudge calls the quote, unscrubbed video of a speech by then senator obama. he was speaking back in 2007 the a conference of black clergy at virginia's hampton university, a gathering that included reverend wright. this is reportedly part of the tape. >> and then i've got to give a special shout-out to my pastor, the guy who puts up with me, counsels me, listens to my wife complain about me. he's a friendnd a great leader. please, everybody, give an extraordinary welcome to my pastor, dr. jeremiah wright, jr. where's he at? there he is. that's him. >> senator obama then warned of a quote, quiet riot building in the african-american community in the wake of hurricane katrina and other factors which he said the bush administration was neglecting. as we said, this tape isn't new, only part of it is out there, and the hyping of it may have as much to do with politics and little to do with content. we'll see. more is suppos
pastor from chicago, reverend jeremiah wright. steve smith was part of the strategic team in 2008 when they decided that they would not attack barack obama based on his pastor. but this is a different year and it is telling that the right thinks what will unravel the presidency of barack obama and make him a one-term president, the thing that will make people vote for mitt romney is not something from the obama presidency but rather something secret from barack obama's past. something secret people didn't know about him before. if they only knew this about him, his reelection would be impossible. that's the one side of this bomb shell tape. from the other side, this year's bomb shell tapes of paul ryan and mitt romney have not been about some secret past for these men. unless you count paul ryan pledging his allegiance back in 2 2005. the tape that's made a big impact against the republican side this year has been tape of things that paul ryan and mitt romney have been saying within the past year. specifically when they are talking to conservative audiences. so two weeks ago, david cor
pastor, reverend wright. where's he at? there he is. that's him. >> bob: that is what the republicans have been chomping at the bit. for the 2007 tape of president obama. here is an expert, florida congressman allen west on greta last night. >> having been born and raised in georgia i'm surprised at the incredible southern accent that the president who was born in hawaii and grew up in chicago was able to command. that is very interesting to me. i do think that there is a ting of racially motivated comments he is making there. when you start to compare new orleans to september 11 in new york and also the hurricane andrew, you are trying to play on people's worst fears and emotions. sense of separation. bost why did we have allen -- >> bob: why did we have allen west comment on this? what do you think? why colonel west? >> greg: allen west versus barack obama would be a dream debate. >> eric: it would be incredible. who would you prefer? i don't know why they had allen west, who do you prefer to comment? >> bob: somebody who knew something about what they were talking about. >> eric: w
. and like yvette, it was the unfinished story of booker wright that lured him here. following in his father's footsteps. >> ray, what was it like for you to suddenly find yourself in these same towns, in the same streets. >> it was great to actually envision my dad in 1965 there and i'm actually sitting in the same restaurant, i'm wandering with a film crew in the same town. >> before long, ray and his crew were bumping into people who'd actually appeared in his father's film. people like iola mccoy whom he met while she was serving the crew lunch one day. >> that's part of the magic of film making. amazing things happen that you never foresaw. >> iola was a young mother living on a plantation in 1965 when the manager abruptly led frank de felitta's crew into her mother's house. >> come on out here. >> the manager wanted to show frank how well his black tenant farmers lived and how he treated them. he said he took care of these tenants like this one who was going to get indoor plumbing. >> going to put a bathroom in here. going to put them in all the houses that are like this. >> but tenant
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political pep of choice and abc's david wright is doing the math. >> reporter: in this year of rotten economic news, unemployment at 8%, economic growth, less than 2%, deficit up 54% in four years, 60% say we're on the wrong track. the challenger ought to have a pretty good argument. >> middle income americans have been buried. they're just being crushed. >> reporter: but this year, mitt romney wrapped up a gift for barack obama. >> 47% of people who will vote for the president no matter what. >> reporter: a clanger behind closed doors at a fund-raiser, where he seemed to write off half the electorate at moochers and cheaters. that's put romney on the defensive right when he was hoping to close the deal. >> this is a campaign about the 100%. >> reporter: campaigns always have slogans and statistics. >> the 53% or the 47%. >> reporter: but this year, instead of hope or change or even experience, it's a math lesson. >> 1% of the 99%. >> reporter: the statistics are the slogan. >> do you want four more years with unemployment above 8%? >> reporter: both candidates are playing the percent
crashing experiment for the last debate. here's abc's david wright with the great debate swap. >> there is a big difference between me and m.i.t. ritt romn. not just better hair. >> reporter: tonight it's all over. >> we heard -- our campaign is full speed away. >> reporter: 96% of voters have made up their mind but neither candidate has the margin of victory yet, all those loftie claims about one nation, indivisible. >> i'm not fighting to create democratic or republican jobs i'm fighting to create american jobs. >> reporter: all those promises to build consensus -- >> my campaign is about the 100% of america. >> reporter: forget by the. at this point either would be lucky to get 50% plus one, winner take all. that's why last night's debate was so important, their last chance to speak to everyone. we wondered, is there any conceivable way for these candidates to change minds that are already made up? not the undecided voters, the true believers, one way or the other who comprise the vast majority. >> i'm dave, i live in colorado. i'm planning on voting for romney/ryan. >> rep
released the news... only investigation..t all happenee - in march in aa east baltimore alley.david wright was the one who ound his nieceeshot and killed.later... baltimore city &ppolice offiier... john ward out f the eastern district... was undeerinvestigation for hisssuspected invvlvement in the murderrof 13-year-oll monea tuunage.waaddwaa suspended when police found the gun that killed the girl in the trunk of his ccr.but prosecutors now say ward will evidence.a decisiin that has wright second guessing his supoprt of city police. (wright) now understtnd me clearly, every officer isn't bad. every offfcer isn't guilty, but there's a ggeat numberrof them who are. thee are guiltyyand they do a lot of thiigs, but they want respect on the streett aad they want respect from the citizens. they're neverrgoing to get it,,neeer oing to get it ecause it's so much against them."" them.""two young boys... ages 12 and 13... admitted tt killinn turnage.sourcesssay ward was dating the mother of one of those boyssand there played a role n a possible cover up and may have even advised the boys onnh
. prosecutors. david wright is the uncle who found his niece shot and killed in an alley in east baltimore.......later, wright leerned a baltimore city of he eastern district, would be under innestigation for his suspecced involvemenn in the march muuder of 13-year-old monea turnage. but nnw....prosecutors at thee pity state's attorney's office say ward will not face "there's insufficient evidencee to file chargee...a ecision &pthat's rocked wright's suppor of ity police. police. 3 now understand me clearly, every officer isn't bad. every there's a reat number of them who are. they are guilty and they do a lot of things, but they want respect on the streets and they want respect from the citizens. they're neeer going to get it, nevvr &pgoing to get it because it's so much against them."" 13, admitted killing monea.and - .......ward had been suspended and under investigation.. after policc found the gun that killed the girl in the trunk of ward's car. police found theegirl's body in the back of a home.. there were also accusations that the officer playedda rrle in a possible cover up
to be raining all day. >> good news there. not l day. >> time to say hell toe julie wright, see what is happening during the morning commute. it is a beautiful day. >> wisdom! >> it is. the nats are the champs. >> she is any adepression over the cowboys. >> oh, it's just one week. >> thank you, wisdom. we still have 11 weeks to go. >> something like that. but the nats are the champs today. let's focus on that. >> that is the good thing. we are very happy for the bats. i know baseball fans in this town are just upside down with joy and they should be. we have accident activity involving an overturned vehicle. the ramp from westbound 100 to 295 is shut down. eastbound, the lane remain open. on the other side of town, you will find lanes are open 395 coming across the 14th street bridge making your way from the potomac to the southeast- southwest freeway. beltway looks good traveling between annandale and merrifield. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraffic. >>> new this morning, rescuers in hong kong continue to look for survivors following yesterday's devastating bo
degrees for your monday. >> we will take it. thank you. >> time now to check in with traffic. julie wright, hello, julie. >> the crew in sky fox, a little windy for them. they had to land. a little windy for them. lanes are open. volume increasing but that is to be expected at this hour as you continue out of dale city and making your way northbound on i-95 headed on the occoquan. no incidents to report, just volume dethraiz. 395 still behaving nicely leaving duke street. coming eastbound on 66, volume increasing out of manassas and than again slowing leaving fair oaks to 123. lanes are open on the beltway. the trip is smooth as you continue between gallows road and the american legion bridge. outer loop beltway, the volume increases here as well past coleroad. southbound 270 still quiet overall coming out ofgermantown headed for the split. >>> a check of this morning's top stories. firefighters bat ailed blaze overnight at i self-storage facility in man as is. it took several hours to put out fire at the store-all facility in the 7900 block of sudley road. it is believed more than six sto
-- wrighting -- writing. elizabeth has big plans for her business. >> i want to be able to help others. i want to open my own school in africa. so this opportunity will be the start-up. >> reporter: the program is opening doors for elizabeth and other students to have a bright future. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >> elizabeth is one of 35 finalists heading to new york for the 2012 nifty challenge. you can also head to our website and click on our education page. >>> coming up at 6:00, you could still be voting even after you're gone. how maryland voter registration rules allow the dead to remain eligible to vote. >> everyone in baltimore is getting excited about the orioles. those stories and more are coming up at six. here's a preview of what's ahead at 6:30. >> we're going global to a place where families crave american products. how can they create american jobs? on world news with diane sawyer on abc. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the... number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will
. >> okay. that's good. >> let's check in with julie wright and get the latest on the accident. the inner loop, quite a mess to start the day. >> it started off this morning with accident activity back in the 1:00 hour around 1:30 on the inner loop of the beltway before 355. shortly before we started the show, there was another incident involving a jackknifed tractor-trailer. all lanes are currently closed. no one coming from 207 and river road can continue eastbound over to connecticut avenue at this time because of this closure. they do have a tow truck on the scene. en no one is able to get by right now. the delay off the inner loop of the beltway stacking up from before old georgetown road headed around that curve towards 355. all of the inner loop lanes remain closed. if you are merging on to the inner loop from 270 coming southbound on 207 270 trying to get on, you do so well past this accident scene. this will affect our friend coming out of virginia, across the american legion bridge and continuing around towards 355. this is your inbound commute as of right now and no one is abl
in the most unlikely place. what once was a fitness studio behind me. 29-year-old alexis wright was once best known in town for teaching zumba. a colombian-inspired form of dance fitness that she's shown demonstrating this inn this youtube video. what do we know about alexis wright? >> when she arrived here in 2009, she was this wonderful young single mom that was introducing this zumba craze to the town, and pretty soon, though, people started talking that there was a lot more going on there. >> reporter: local newspaper editor laura dulcy started digging into this story. what did you hear was happening? >> we had gotten tips that there were videos online, pornographic videos kind of centered around the studio. >> i have no comment. >> reporter: today wright is charged with running a prostitution operation out of her kennebunk, maine, exercise studio. late yesterday, kennebunk police released a list of 21 people who were issued summons to appear in court, each charged with paying alexis wright for sex. police are believed to be combing through a list of more than 150 possible sex clients. wh
the author. >> abc 7 news has this incredible story. >> came over a steep pass. >> larry wright has been backpacking his whole life. in 70 years he thought he'd seen it all. but he hadn't. until now. >> there thursday, august 17th1972. >> at the top of a mountain so remote it took five days to get there, he found this perfect piece of paper. a hand written note 40 years old. neatly sealed in a rusty film canister. >> and and there is 12785 feet. >> he just happened to look down at his feet. >> what made you think to pick that up and open it? >> well, it was a -- it was a strange object. a man made object in this place where there is nothing of that kind around. >> he opened to it discover the note he knew what he had to do next. >> i thought wow. you know? i'll contact this guy. it will be fun. it has been. >> tim taylor, turns out is now 53 and a supreme court judge in san diego. he found him with help from his hometown newspaper he walked up and picked up the paper. there i was. >> he says his father called him to tell him he'd made headline autos tim you're not going to believe this,
? >> but wright's bus bos will crawl under the bus. hillary clinton says she takes the responsibility for what happened in benghazi. >> i do everything i can to protect our people and i wanted to make sure we track on down whoever did this. >> it comes a day before the second presidential debate. where the president for the first time takes responsibility, too. then goes after romney. >> the day after the attack, governor, i stood in the rose garden. i told the american people that this was an act of terror and the suggestion that anybody in my team would play politics or mislead when we have lost four of our own governor is offensive. >> that set off an exchange that may go down as one of the most remarkable in the history of televised presidential debates. >> you said in the rose garden it was an act of terror. it was not a spontaneous demonstration. >> please proceed, governor. >> i want to make sure we get to that for the record. it took the president 14 days before he called the attack in benghazi an act of terror. >> he did in fact. let me call it an act of terror. he did call it an act
shout-outs, for example, to reverend jeremiah wright, some other small nuggets that the daily caller thought were exclusive. >> tell you what, i want you to highlight the jeremiah wright issue as well because there were some serious comments made about the reverend jeremiah wright, and when you say shout-out, it was a heck of a shout-out. i mean, my friend, my colleague, my mentor, my -- all sorts of lawedible comments about jeremiah wright, and then the next year, no more jeremiah wright. >> right. yeah, well, also, remember that when he was making that shout-out to jeremiah wright, it wasn't until sometime much later that jeremiah wright really became an issuend sort of blew up and was heavily covered in the media. now, to be honest with you, some democratic strategists will conclude and have said, this isn't that flattering to then senator obama, having his words like this dissected, not flattering at all, but as a political matter, the sense among democrats i've talked to is they believe this is not likely to have that big an impact on the obama campaign, and one strategist said
-mitt romney super pac had even been pitched the idea of bringing jeremiah wright back as an attack on president obama. that ad campaign was never picked up by the pro-romney super pac or the romney campaign itself. it was a scandal they had even been asked to pick up something that racially charged. but a few months later, the campaign picked up the welfare nonsense campaigning in a way that's divorced from the facts but that's loaded with enough sub text to knock you over in a still wind. and they picked up newt gingrich surrogate in his food stamps attack. no and now fox news and the pro-mitt romney drudge report just are going full bore on the jeremiah wright stuff, as o of right now. in 2008 the john mccain had a choice about whether or not they should campaign on really overtly racial appeals. things like the jeremiah wright attack. they chose not to in 2008. if the romney campaign is going to keep going there along with the the conservative media, can it work this year? would it have worked in 2008? what are the lessons from john mccain having not gone there in 2008 when he h
of the peak 12 7 85 feet. >>reporter: wright claimed up the same peak with his son and grand son and just happened to look down at his feet. >> what made you think to pick that up and open it. >> well the it was a strange object. it was a man made object in thilace with nothing o that kind aroun >>reporter: when he opened it to discover the note inside wright knew exactly what he had to do next. >> wow! i'll contact this guy. it will be fun. it has been. >>reporter: tim taylor turns out is now 53 and superior court judge in san diego. wright found him with help from taylor hometown newspaper. >> he just walked out tthe iveway pkedp th paper and there i was. >>rerter taylor sa it was his fatherho called hi to tell him he made the headlines. >> tim you are not going to believe this. you are in the papers for a note you left 40 years ago on some mountain top up in the sierra. >>reporter: aylor says avenues boy scout athe time d climbed th peaall by himsf to gt better viewf the lake whe his troop wa camped out. not named on any map he thinks he was the first person to climb that peak.
to cllar an officerr. and the pleased. 33 david wright is the uncle who found his niece shot and killed in an alley in east pand all iicouud do was put the bag back down softly, cause my heart ws broken immediately."รกรกรก)......later, wright and ooher family members learnedda baltimooe out of the eastern distriit, - would be under innestigaaion for his suspected involvementt in the march murder of 13-year-old monea tuunage. but noo....proseeutors at the city state's ttorney's office say ward will nottface criminal charges.... saying in a just released statement.. "there's insufficient evidence to file charres...a decision that's rocked wright's support of city police......(wright) "now understand me clearly, every officer isn't bad. very officer isn't guiltt, but there's a great number of them who are.. they areeguilty ann they do a lot f things, but streets and they want respect never going to get it, never going to get it bbcause it's so mmch againss them." killing monea........ward ad been suspenned and nderr investigation.. after police girl in the truuk of ward's girl's bod
. >> all right. thank you very much. >> now, time to check in with julie wright. was it cold enough for you this morning. >> if this is as cold as it gets, i would be happy. i've got a feeling it is not unfortunately. lanes are open with no incidents to report as you continue around the capital beltway. overnight construct has cleared from annandale and merrifield. 66 is still an easy commute. no trouble spots to report on the beltway between annandale and merrifield -- i should say between college park and 270. traffic flowing freely inbound new york avenue northeast to northwest. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraic. >>> new this morning, the 2012 nobel peace prize has just been announced in norway. it is being awarded to the european union for its role in uniting the continent. the eu was founded back in 1957 with just six countries. it has expanded to 27 since the end of the cold war. the nobel announcement today played down the debt crisis ich is plaguing rope right now. the head of the selection committee had said it was a unanimous and fairly easy decision. >> th
on that from julie wright coming up in just moments. good morning to you. i'm with isdom marten. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's check in with tucker barnes quickly before we get to traffic to see what the latest is on our forecast. >> rain showers overnight and even a thunderstorm or two all pushing off to the north and east. things are gradually going to improve today. should be a nice mild afternoon. >> mid-70s. >> get through this for the payoff. >> friday is already a payoff. there is your radar. there you go, showers, even a thunderstorm or two pushing north and east. we've got a leftover shower. we have the fog and a little mist in a few spots as well. so things will gradually improve but i think as far as measurable rain, we are generally done with that here for your morning. temperatures are warm. 64 at reagan national. 06 out at dulles. high temperatures later today back into the 70s. -- 60 out at dulles. even a little sunshine starting by the noon hour. things will get better. i'll have the details on the ust a minute. >> time now to say hello to julie wright. she is business yankee mo
in march in an eest baltimore alley.david wright was the one killed.later... baltimore city out f the eastern district... the murddr of 13-year-old r monea turnage.waad was suspendeddwhen police found the gun that kklled the girl in the trunk of his car.but prosecutors now saa ward will not face criminal charges... because of insufficient evidence.a decision that has wright second uessing his supoprt of city police. (wright) now understand me clearly, every officerrisn't bad. every officer isn't guilty, but there's a great number of them who are. they areeguilty and they do a lot of things, but they want respect on the streets and phey want respect from the to get it, never going to get it because it's so much them.""two young boys... ages 12 and 13... admitted to killing turnageesoorces say ward was dating the mother of one of those boys.and ttere were accusatiins that he played role n a possible cover up and may have evenn advised the boys on how to handle the situation. while ward will not be facinn criminaa charggs... prosecutorsssaa he's not in the clear just yet.coming
there this morning. lets he get the latest now on traffic in that area and elsewhere from julie wright. >> good morning to you. there is an ongoing investigation that continues to slow your traffic down just a bit along route one south of the beltway headed out towards huntington. we spoke with police. they tell us this is a lengthy investigation because it's fatality. right now, all lanes are open. you will be tapping the brake because of the flashing lights and that distraction. make note of that. all lanes open in each direction. traveling around the capital beltway, lanes are open, light volume at the wilson bridge. nothing to talk about here. lanes are open, a nice, easy ride. you will find yourself at speed as you continue to work your way northbound i-95 coming in out of newington. a nice, easy trip in both the express lanes and main line coming up across the capital beltway. along i-83, it is blocked offer. southbound lanes are shut down between free is land and old york road. two tractor-trailers cohided. we are told one person is still trapped at the scene. that is southbound i-83 shu
't know garden gnomes. david wright brings us a new taste on this abiding, lucrative and largely inexplicable appeal of those little lawn ornaments. >> reporter: the lowly sent nells of the suburban garden, creatures so maligned thend to be kidnapped on a regular basis. on youtube a french group called the garden gnome liberation front -- >> i'll never foreme tget my fi mission. >> reporter: they documented their efforts to return the gnomes to the wild. an idea so kooky travelocity built an ad campaign by the. >> i was nabbed by a husband captain and secreted off around the world. >> reporter: popularity of the germanic garden gnomes inspired a booming business. this is garden gnome central? >> it's everything central. >> reporter: a u.s. navy reservist on his way to afghanistan when inspiration struck. >> some time around 3:00 in the morning standing watch on a bridge, nothing out there except for me and the horizon, started writing notes for different concepts using garden gnomes. >> recon plan charlie. execute. let's move, move, move! >> reporter: he thought about the green a
: defense attorneys representing some of the more than 100 alleged client of alexis wright, asked the judge here to block the release of the names. >> releasing the list has the power to really destroy reputation. >> reporter: wright, a zumba dance instructor, is accused of running a prostitution ring from her kennebunk dance studio. outside of court tuesday, the 29-year-old refused to answer questions, after pleading not guilty to 106 counts, ranging from prostitution to invasion of privacy. this morning, abc news has learned as many as 45 men on the list have already been summoned. police claim this man, 57-year-old mark strong, was in charge of booking and screening wright's alleged clients. his lawyer admits, there is a list. but claims strong had nothing to do with it. >> there's policemen, firemen, accountants, tv personalities, lawyers. it runs the gamut of americana. >> reporter: according to court documents, the landlord for wright's studio called police after hearing unusual sounds coming from her office. and seeing strange men come and go at all hours of the night. >> i thought s
men who allegedly paid to have sex with this woman. alexis wright was the local zumba dance teacher. >> they need to put the whole list out. >> reporter: court papers allege wright was selling sex out of this now empty studio and secretly videotaping the encounters. prosecutors have charged her and a male partner with more than 100 counts, including prostitution and privacy violation. both have pleaded not guilty. this man, who says he's not a client, but says he shares the same name as a man on the list, says it's made his last 24 hours a nightmare. >> it felt like getting hit in the face with a frying pan, and they didn't even have the courtesy to warm up the pan. >> it's all anyone's talking about right now. >> reporter: laura dolsey is the editor of the "york county coast star." >> i think there are a lot of folks who are upset about the list being made public. i think people are saying, keep it private, we don't know how it's going to affect families and children. >> reporter: and this won't be over any time soon. more names are slated to be released in the coming days as this
] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. >> live from america's election headquarters, i'm kelly wright. the countdown is on, we are now just 17 days from election day, and, 48 hours from the third and final present digs debate. both president obama and governor mitt romney prepping for the last show down, taking a break from any events on the campaign trail, today. according to a series of new polls the race is in a statistical dead heat. but in battleground states, support is swinging towards governor mitt romney. one more person has died from fungal meningitis linked to tainted steroid injections and the death toll is at 21 and the gross outbreak which spans 16 states has been linked to an injectable steroid used to treat back and joint pain and more than 270 cases have been reported so far but officials believe 14,000 people have been exposed to the shots. i'm kelly wright, we take you back now to "bulls and bears." for all the latest headlines, log onto foxnews.com. >> from an empty nest back to a full one. a new survey of homeowners revealing one in three are planning for their ad
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